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Organisations: Stonyhurst College
People: Paul Warrilow
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Stonyhurst help in Zimbabwe

Pupils at Stonyhurst College, the Jesuit-run boarding school in Lancashire, have been helping raise awareness of the plight of young people in strife-torn Zimbabwe.

The students arc taking part in a "twinning programme" with a secondary school in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, through a project called Chirwirangwe, which means "we will struggle together".

The scheme links Stonyhurst College to St Peter's Kubatana and aims to give pupils from both schools a rounded education, in accordance with the ethos of the Jesuit Missions, which is co-ordinating the programme. The group of 10 pupils is being led by Religious Studies teacher Mr Paul Warrilow.




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